Thursday, March 12th improv returns to BON for Big Blue Door Unhinged Presents: Harold Night. Big Blue Door resident improv teams Hotdog Water and Unusual Suspects present the original and most popular longform improv comedy style, called The Harold.
Big Blue Door Unhinged Presents: Harold Night
Thursday, Mar 12
Doors at 7pm (Join us for a drink!)
Show starts at 8pm
We’ve had to take a couple months off from our storytelling shows in order to manage our growing improv program, but we couldn’t handle complete withdrawal, so we have a Telling True Stories class starting on March 24th (more of that below) and to publicize it I’ll be telling a story as part of the Maker’s Series sponsored by New City Arts Initiative. It’s a free show with artists in different media presenting work and then answering questions at the end.
The Maker’s Series
Friday, Mar 13
Christ Episcopal Church
Thursday, March 19th features our TRIPLE, Improv Night at Cville Coffee! We’ll feature class showcases for our graduating Improv 1 & Improv 2, and the final performance of our Harold Run featuring resident improv teams Hotdog Water and Unusual Suspects performing the Harold together for the first time! Stay tuned for show order and line up, and don’t miss the class showcases, they’re fantastic!
Big Blue Door Triple Improv Night
(Improv 1 Showcase, Improv 2 Showcase, plus Harold Night!)
Thursday, Mar 19
Show starts 7pm
All for $5
March also means Big Blue Door’s spring classes are kicking off! We have Improv 2, Improv 3, and Telling True Stories. Sign up now before they fill up! Email email@example.com with questions. (Many of you have asked about our next Improv 1. We expect to run a summer Improv 1 on Tuesdays probably starting the first week in June, but we might have an earlier class. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be alerted before the next Improv 1)
Speaking of classes, we’re especially excited to have a brand new daytime comedy writing course at Writer House. (We mean a course on writing comedy that meets during the weekday, not a course in writing daytime-specific comedy.) We’ll cover sketches such as you’ve seen on Key & Peele, Portlandia, Saturday Night Live, and using sketch techniques in short plays and to strengthen scenes in longer plays, teleplays, screenplays, and even books.
Meanwhile our friends at WTJU will be featuring more recordings of our storytellers on Friday editions of Soundboard (9-10 am 91.1 FM).
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